Desert Dwellers (2 Day Lesson)

Unit 2: Zoology
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Objective: SWBAT recognize cause-effect patterns among fluctuations in wildlife populations.

Big Idea: Wildlife populations are not static. They constantly fluctuate in response to a variety of stimulating and limiting factors. Populations of animals are continually changing in order to maintain equilibrium in an ecosystem.

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